Any ideas to worship artemis?
Great question! Here’s just a few devotional ideas:
Care of abandoned wildlife babies and injured wildlife is usually regulated by national law. Wildlife rehabilitators typically must pay for their own training and licensing or certification, as well as their equipment, supplies, and housing for the animals. Rehabilitators often specialize in a particular type of animals (birds, mammals, reptiles, etc.)
You can become a wildlife veterinarian, technician, or wildlife rehabilitator, volunteer with one or at your local nature center, or support your local rehabilitator. Google “wildlife rehab” along with your favorite animal or your locale to find out more!
My favorites - rehabilitators who specialize in the care of baby and rescued bears - recalls the cult of Artemis at Brauron:
Preschool at Stamford Museum & Nature Center, 2010 via Wikimedia Commons.
Support or volunteer with groups that help children learn about nature, such as Spiral Scouts International, Girl Scouts and Girl Guides, camping programs, or your local nature center.
Kimberly Rhode of the United States competes in the qualification round of the Women’s Skeet Shooting on Day 2 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at The Royal Artillery Barracks on July 29, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images) Source: Washington Post July 29 2012.
Participate in or support the shooting sports, archery, and responsible and ethical hunting.
Become a midwife, doula, or birth coach.